Quinny Zapp Xtra 2 Travel System review

from Quinny
RRP  £275.00
Quinny Zapp Xtra 2 Pushchair

by Mother & Baby Team |
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Suited to city pavements more than off-road terrain, this collapses down to a compact size, making it ideal if storage space is at a premium or your car boot isn’t huge.

A versatile, lightweight pushchair that can be converted into a travel system by attaching the Maxi-Cosi Pebble or CabrioFix infant car seats (adaptors are included).

The pushchair seat can be positioned so that your baby faces you or faces forward.

The lockable front swivel-wheel makes it easy to manoeuvre, while the wheel suspension ensures a smooth and even ride for your little one. It comes with a sun canopy, raincover and parasol clip.

Jay Brownlee, 32, from Stirling, is mum to Naomi, three, Miriam, two, and Lydia, three weeks. She says: ‘Light enough to lift in and out of the car effortlessly, and easy to fold. Lovely to push. Easy to transition between the car seat and the pushchair.’

Susanne Remic, 37, from Bolton, is mum to Isobel, two, and Elsie, four weeks. She says: ‘Light and compact but fiddly to fold/unfold. Doesn’t handle well on bumpy terrain. Great for short trips or holidays but the seat and basket are both small.’

Gemma Ridlington, 29, from Halesowen, is mum to Alexis, two, and Robyn, seven months. She says: ‘Very light and compact but difficult to collapse. I found switching between the car seat and pushchair tricky, and the basket is tiny. Hood extends well.’

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Product Information

Quinny Zapp Xtra 2 Pushchair

Weighs: 9kg

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